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National Women’s Hall of Fame moves induction ceremony to NYC: Will be broadcast on public television to national audience

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The National Women’s Hall of Fame will relocate its annual Induction Ceremony to New York City in 2024, making its national prime time television debut on public television.

The decision marks a strategic move to amplify the recognition of American women’s achievements to millions of viewers across the country. The shift from its historical roots in Seneca Falls to the metropolitan stage underscores the organization’s mission to broadcast the profound impact of women’s contributions on a larger scale.


Established in the town known as the cradle of the women’s rights movement, the National Women’s Hall of Fame has long celebrated the pioneering spirit and contributions of American women. The move to New York City not only offers greater access for inductees and attendees but also leverages the power of television to share inspirational stories with a global audience. The prime time broadcast promises to advance the Hall’s goals of gender equity and inspire new generations with the stories of transformative female leaders.

Jennifer Gabriel, CEO of the National Women’s Hall of Fame, expresses enthusiasm for the transition, viewing it as an opportunity to honor women’s legacies more prominently. The event, supported by essential donor contributions, will include an array of speakers and introduce a new class of inductees.

The organization has a rich history of honoring influential women, such as Michelle Obama and Katherine Johnson, and looks to build on that legacy with the 2024 ceremony.

Details about supporting the ceremony and information about the Hall can be found at womenofthehall.org.